When press release notes go out, it’s generally good news because it means that new items are on their way to South Africa’s shores. Today, it is the same, because we have just received the press release notes from Cooler Master, informing us about their new MH600 series gaming headsets and when we can expect them to be in South Africa. Let’s have a look at that press note.

The Press Release:

The MH600 Series emphasizes high performance and premium sound quality with a core suite of features standard in every model:

  • Swiveling ear cups and fabric mesh cushioning for superior, long-lasting comfort
  • Hassle-free portability with detachable cords and foldable frames
  • Adjustable omnidirectional boom mic for excellent voice quality and minimal background noise
  • Premium sound quality with 50mm neodymium audio drivers


The MH600 series includes three different models to be released in January 2020:

  • MH630: Crystal Clear Comfort and Comms
    The base model of the MH600 series, with a 3.5mm audio jack for universal compatibility with PC, console, and even mobile gaming.
  • MH650: Leveled-Up Immersion
    Upgraded with ambient RGB illumination and virtual 7.1 surround sound for superior immersion and sound quality, with single USB connectivity that’s ideal for hardcore PC and console gaming.
  • MH670: Your Audio, Your Way
    Choose your ideal listening experience with interchangeable 3.5mm, or 2.4GHz wireless capability for lag-free, virtual 7.1 surround sound audio.


“All gamers want solid performance from their headsets, but we understand that they also have a varied range of needs based on their playstyle, personality, etc.,” says Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager. “The MH600 Series gives gamers three options that cater to their unique preferences, all with solid core features, so they don’t have to compromise on quality.”

Final Thoughts:

The MH600 series looks stunning, and we can’t wait to get our hands on them to do an in-depth review and a YouTube video on them. When they do arrive in South Africa – towards the end of February 2020 – we hope to receive them for the review as well.